Posts Tagged: applicant tracking

Newton Software grows over 1000% in 2010, Moves Applicant Tracking Software to the Cloud

Newton, our popular applicant tracking software, joins leaders like Microsoft, IBM and Netflix in Amazon’s EC2 cloud computing environment. 2010 has been a banner year for Newton. We’ve added over 120 new customers and our revenue has grown by over 1000%. We’ve anticipated moving Newton, our popular applicant tracking software, to the cloud for aRead… Read more »

Gov Businesses: Recruit Smarter with Smart Applicant Tracking Software

Having run corporate recruiting programs for nearly 10 years, we began developing Newton in 2004 after becoming frustrated with existing commercial recruiting platforms. Until the advent of Newton, there wasn’t any recruiting technology that facilitated the fundamental activity key to all recruiting programs: decisions making. Sure, we wanted something that would make rolling out, rampingRead… Read more »

3 Ways to Keep Corporate Recruiters Happy

3 Ways to Keep Corporate Recruiters Happy View more presentations from Newton Software. Learn more about applicant tracking software that improves the recruiting process and keeps corporate recruiters happy. Newton’s great for federal contractors that want to have an easy way to stay OFCCP compliant too!

Collect and Organize Job Applicants with OFCCP Compliant Application Tracking Software

Everyone will agree, one of the keys to running a successful corporate recruiting program is to stay organized. In today’s world, where applicants can easily apply to hundreds of openings with a few mouse clicks and each job attracts hundreds of candidates, keeping track of everyone, especially those diamonds in the rough is a realRead… Read more »

Newton Software WINS the HR Technology Ironman Biking Competition (Best ATS Technology)

We’re fired up to announce that we won the most substantive segment of the first annual HRtechnology(R) Ironman Competition hosted HR systems integrator, HRchitect. Four vendors including, Newton Software faced off against one another in a competition judged by panelists that preregistered for the event in order to learn more about mid-market applicant tracking software.